Scott County Arkansas
Here is the full text of George Coughran's Pension and Bounty-Land
"Coughran (Caughran) George 3 May 1838 Sevier Co., ARK.
George Coughran of said county declares in 1781 he was a citizen of
Bedford Co., VA and in September or October was drafted under
Captain Thomas McRunnel's and Lt. Robert Walkins. He thinks the
regiment was commanded by Col. Trigg and rendezvoused at Holt's Store
on Big falling River in said county. They took up their march to
Yorktown and were there during the siege and a short time after the
surrender he was discharged. He was between 16 and 17 years of age.
17 October 1853. Scott County., ARK.
Revolutionary War Pension Application
Contributed by Bob Foster
George (X) Caughran of said county, aged 91, declares he was a private
in the company of Captain Thomas McReynolds in the 5th Regiment of
Militia commanded by Col. Trigg at the taking of Lord Cornwallis. He
was drafted in Bedford County, VA about the last of August 1781 for
6 months and served about 3 months and was discharged at Little York
on the surrender of Lord Cornwallis about the last of Nov. 1781."
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